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Royal Tine is licensed by the Montana Board of Outfitters (#6035)


What to bring on your Montana elk hunt:

Archery / Bow Hunters
Click here for the Archery Elk Hunters "What to Bring" list (.pdf).
Rifle Hunters
Click here for the Rifle Elk Hunters "What to Bring" list (.pdf).

Also please read our frequently asked questions about our elk hunts:
Our Elk Hunt FAQ's

Montana law does not require fluorescent orange for bowhunting, so full camouflage can be worn at all times. However, rifle hunters must wear 400 square inches of blaze orange. Quietness is one of the most important factors in bowhunting for Montana elk, so please dress accordingly.

Our weather can change very quickly. Try and prepare for most situations, and temperatures from 65 degrees F to 10 degrees F. We suggest dressing in layers (light to medium weight) so that you can maintain a constant body temperature. Shed layers if you heat up and add layers if you get cold.

Practice shooting under all conditions and angles, both standing up and from your knees. We have many shots missed because of leaning around trees and brush to shoot. Be proficient with you bow out to 50 yards. Be sure to shoot with all hunting clothes on. Make sure no articles of clothing are in the way, or the bow is being held different because of heavy clothes and thick sleeves.

Click here to download our Montana hunt reservation form and guide/client agreement.

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